Cabbagetown, built as a home for nearby mill workers after the civil war, is now one of the cultural touch points of Atlanta. While there are a few explanations for where the name came from, the most well known story is that the original mill-working residents were German and Scottish immigrants that cooked a lot of cabbage and made the town smell as such. The name “Cabbagetown” was hurled as an insult, but eventually became a point of pride for it’s residents.
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Neighborhoods nearby: Reynoldstown, Sweet Auburn, Grant Park, Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward, Capitol Gateway, and Ormewood Park
Neighborhood association: Cabbagetown Neighborhood Improvement Association